The Multitude Creed - Poem by Isaac 'slimx'
If you’re alone, then you’re wrong.
Right and wrong is a matter of consensus.
You’re only guilty if you’re caught.
If you’re caught, then it’s your fault.
Popularity is the key to happiness.
There’s no prize for losers.
Whosoever gathers the most, wins.
Survival is for the strongest, fittest and the fastest.
You can only get up by the straps of your boots, even if you’re bootless.
Judgment comes before compassion and mercies.
Give to whosoever gives to you.
Vengeance is the only way to peace.
‘What will people think and say’ is the key to effective decision making.
Do unto others and expect them to do it to others but not to you.
Blame others but yourself.
If you’re given bread, ask for fish.
Never say enough.
Do not show any emotion or gratitude.
Men, do not cry. If you cry, then you’re vulnerable.
If you’re last then you’re a fool.
Perfection is the ultimate in life fulfillment, no room for mistakes.
Self righteousness is the way to salvation.
Whine as much as you can and you will be heard.
(c) Jan 2010
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